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2 weeks ago

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Everybody's space is unique!Anything interesting in your sewing or crafting space? 😏

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Everybodys space is unique!

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African violets

Dining room table with a family of four having dinner. 😉

My little toy Aussie.....

A beer fridge. 🤣

A child’s garden rake.

Windy you could fill a page with your unique room!

Sand from The North Sea.

Twelve Havanese dogs

A shelf of bottles of alcohol.

My cat who tries to steal everything!

My Mothers beloved childhood teddy bears

My dog! LOL

My Cat.

Me!

An Elvis snow globe.

A long plate display rack with extra grooves routered in it to hold all my rulers.

A wheelchair

Buffalo Sabres hockey bobble heads, mini stick, Pom poms, autographed emblems, pucks, etc.

Boomerangs I purchased in Australia.

Solar dancing figures in my window.

Diapers ( I make diaper cakes)

Soapstone carvings from Uganda!!

A jar of garnets we collected in North Creek 🙂

1901 penny squares of redwork memorializing president McKinley and his wife that were sold at the World Fair in Buffalo NY following his assassination there.

My grandmother’s table.

3 weeks ago

New York Row by Row Experience

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Anybody need some good backing ideas??

4 weeks ago

New York Row by Row Experience

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Hmmm!

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When I had my quilt shop I had a customer that put her fabric purchases in a cereal box. The kind her husband didn't like. That's how she snuck it into the house! Brilliant! LOL

Wow like that one!

When he asks if it’s new you just tell him no. It’s like a new car once you drive off the lot it’s not new anymore .

So worth it. 😜

Pat Carroll

Hilarious!

I'd rather have a husband who doesn't care what I spend (as long as I can afford it), instead of lying to him.

Ha ha.

4 weeks ago

Patsy J. Allen

Does anyone have the lilac basket kit from a few years ago. Or atleazt know ehere I can get some of lilac fabric. Need ssap. Thanks. ... See MoreSee Less

Excitement is building for all the New York Rowers!
Welcome Back New York!
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Excitement is building for all the New York Rowers!
Welcome Back New York!
Who knew!!!

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I love this qoute

Haha.,if it’s on here , I guess it must be true!

But does it prolong your marriage?

Hash tag me too

hiiihii very gooe! im going to be immortal and live 7 lifes at less!

Rhonda Sue 😉

John Taylor....HAHAHAHA!!!!!!

I so hope this is true! Lol

Lori Green

En tout cas ça qu’o va vivre les deux 👍

Yes, because you need all that time to use it up😱

Katie Land Gunster 🤣

Lexy Hardesty-Gift

Summer Hill

We can't help it.

Me too.

Yup!

Dan Benson

Janice Murray

I keep telling everyone it’s just paper BUT not saying that it’s really really good paper like in expensive! 🤭 NOT buying any more paper. Not doing it - DONE. 😉 Well per sheet it’s not that expensive 😃

Thanks Sue I always enjoy hearing from you!

Me too!

I’ll need that much time to use up fabric

Good to know as I’ll need many years to finish all the projects😂😅🤣

2 months ago

New York Row by Row Experience

Great information!Just a caution about your sewing machine needles⚠️. We are seeing quite a few machines coming in with problems caused by a budget brand of needles being sold at some department stores. These needles are made so poorly that they will actually cause your machine to not sew properly.

To demonstrate - the needle on the left is a Schmetz brand needle size 80 and on the right is the department store needle size 70. This size needle should be finer than the Schmetz, and as you can see, not only is it thicker, but it’s also longer😱! Other needles in the same department-store-pack are made backwards or are bent. Consumers are purchasing these needles in good faith, and then spending hours trying to find the cause of their sewing machine problem, all the while certain that it can’t be their machine needle because it’s a brand-new pack😤. And the worst part about this is that newbies to sewing, who are keen to get involved in this hobby that we all love so much, think that the problems that they are experiencing are caused by them doing something wrong, and with a hit to their confidence, they just give up🙄.

No matter if you have an enormous machine that you use every day, or a small one, that you get out every now and then, we recommend using brand-quality needles like Schmetz, that you can purchase from all good sewing stores. Share this post with your sewing friends
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Great information!

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Dorie

Susan Rubin

Schmetz, Klassé, Gros-Becker

2 months ago

New York Row by Row Experience

Not just a weekend forecast, maybe a lifestyle . . . ! ... See MoreSee Less

Not just a weekend forecast, maybe a lifestyle . . . !

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That would be me!!

Me too

3 months ago

New York Row by Row Experience

Important information for us cold weather dwellers in New York!Who also likes to knit or crochet? Can you share your latest project? I'm working on a sweater for my dog, but I think winter will be over before I'm done!! ... See MoreSee Less

Important information for us cold weather dwellers in New York!

3 months ago

New York Row by Row Experience

So New York . . . what designs would you like to see? What is your favorite shape?For some shops coming up with a concept, designing, creating and making a pattern is very difficult, so we are asking you.....what types of rows and/or blocks would you like to see this year? What is the first thing you think of when you hear the phrase "taste the experience"??
Thanks for your input!
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So New York . . .  what designs would you like to see?  What is your favorite shape?

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Not terribly excited about seeing food in rows. I would be excited over a black shadow of a farmer, farm equipment, old time farming in front of a sunrise/sunset background. I'd love to see beautiful herbs and botanicals. The progression of nature from seed, to seedling, to flower bud, to burgeoning fruit or vegetable. I could see a bookshelf quilt with rows of canned foods, crates of potatoes and onions, cookbooks. I'd love a whole quilt reminiscent of a 1950s kitchen. Black and white checkered tile, old fashioned baby blue stove, polka dot apron, sunny curtains, retro fridge.

Love the different size blocks! Added a new element. Would have liked more long tall sally rows. Area foods, local favorite places to eat.

Local products and traditions in taste.o

I missed all the rows being strips. I loved the challenge of being creative within that format. Odd shaped blocks meant nothing worked and I didn’t do a quilt.

Coffee and biscotti

Local products, producers and traditions.

It should definitely be about the states specialties! I was very disappointed last year when the rows in no way reflected their location. I asked some stores what the row meant and they had no response. Not what this is about, if I’m gonna travel to a store, it should reflect the location!

Cupcakes !

Lol

Chocolate

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